Changsha, Hunan Province, CHINA
Archive | October, 2009
HDR’d & bleached. Love the look.
Left: Puxi. Right: Pudong.
Left: Culture. Right: Finance.
Left: Smog. Right: Air.
Left: Singles. Right: Families.
Left: Living. Right: Expo 2010.
Left: Cool. Right: …
I’m not prejudiced, who said that?
Taken from the top of the Lupu bridge in Shanghai, China.
Shanghai, China, Expo 2010 site.
Wuzhen, Watertown, China.
I and eye in the sky
You make me feel like I can fly
Yay! CNNGo is using one of my creative commons photos in a article called "Fake Chinese money is a problem, but so are fake anecdotes in articles". You can read it here:
There are great HDR tutorials on the internet, but many or most of them require you to invest an hour or even more into the editing of a single image. The problem is, I don’t have that kind of time! HDR is an hobby, and sometimes I’ve got really little time for it. But I love HDR pictures. So over the last three years, I’ve learned to make HDR’s faster and faster. My HDR’s are by far not the best in the world, but some of my Shanghai Skyscraper HDR’s made it into the New York Skyscraper Museum among other things. So I guess they aren’t the worst either. This tutorial will teach you how to create a HDR image in about 10 minutes that will look great.